Who was eligible for the 2021 film grants?
Any member of Black, Indigenous and People of Color communities legally residing in the 50 United States, D.C. or Puerto Rico as of March 15, 2021, and is at least 18 years of age.
Who decided who received the 2021 film grants?
To select the recipients, Eddie Bauer partnered with The Outbound Collective to assemble a committee of community peers and industry professionals with diverse backgrounds, who also identified as members of BIPOC communities or allies.
What did 2021 film grant recipients receive?
Eddie Bauer provided a grant of $10,000 to each film grant recipient, as well as additional outdoor gear to help in their production. Our partners were available as an optional production support resource to filmmakers who requested it.
Will there be another One Outside Film Grant opportunity in 2022?
Yes! Follow us to hear when we announce our next application period and criteria.
Do I have to be a professional filmmaker to apply for a film grant?
We invite filmmakers of all levels to apply.
Do I retain the ownership and rights to my film project?
Yes! But Eddie Bauer will enter into an agreement with you to share your work with a wider audience.
What can I use the film grant for?
The film grant is to be used to pay for expenses including travel, gear, crew, location fees, professional services, licensing, and other production costs to create or complete your film. It should not be used to cover already incurred costs, studio renovations, or promotional costs.
Can I apply for multiple film grants?
No, there is a limit of one (1) film grant per film project and/or applicant.
How do I apply?
When the next One Outside Film Grant is announced, we will provide instructions.